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Gender: Female Meaning of Ginny: "virginal" Origin of Ginny: English, diminutive of Virginia, American place-name and Latin

The name Ginny is a girl's name of English origin meaning "virginal". Ginny and is often added to lists like Names from Harry Potter and discussed in our forums with posts like "Love, Like, Lose... Name Game- GIRLS".

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Ginny was more common before Jenny and its myriad variants came along.

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Famous People Named Ginny

Virginia ''Ginny'' Blackmore, New Zealand singer-songwriter
Ginny Hawker, American folk singer
Virginia "Ginny" McQueen, American cosplay model
Ginny Tyler (born Merrie Virginia Erlandson), American voice actress
Virginia "Ginny" McSwain, American voice actress and producer
Virginia "Ginny" Brown-Waite, former U.S. Congresswoman from Florida
Ginny Gan, New Zealand ballerina
Ginnifer "Ginny" Goodwin, American actress (was born Jennifer but changed the spelling to reflect her name's pronounciation in her native Tennessee)
Virginia "Ginny" Thrasher, American sport shooter

Pop Culture References for the name Ginny

Ginevra Molly "Ginny" Weasley, character in the Harry Potter series
Ginny Baker, lead character on TV's "Pitch"
Ginny Turner, character in movie "Stacked"
Virginia "Ginny" Thompson, character on TV's "Bunheads"
Ginny Tabor, character in the book 'Someone Like You' by Sarah Dessen
Virginia "Ginny" Johnson, character on TV's "Masters of Sex"
Ginny Blake Webber, character on American soap "General Hospital"
Ginny Portis, character on British soap "Coronation Street"
Ginny Sacrimoni, character on TV's "The Sopranos"
Ginny Davenport, character on British soap "Family Affairs"
Ginny Gordon, book series by Julie Campbell Tatham
Virginia "Ginny" Blackstone, character from Maureen Johnson's novel "13 Little Blue Envelopes"

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